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Five Energy Facts That Cory Gardner Isn’t Talking About

12 Jun 2014  |   Jeff Gohringer

Cory Gardner has been busy touting his so-called all-of-the-above energy strategy. But he’s not telling Colorado voters all of the story. Here are five of the biggest facts on energy that Cory Gardner isn’t talking about on the campaign trail:  

- He isn’t talking about his campaign contributions from polluting allies like the oil billionaire Koch Brothers.

- He isn’t talking about his votes for subsidies for Big Oil. 

- He isn’t talking about his record of opposing EPA’s efforts to move us toward a clean energy economy. 

- He isn’t talking about his climate denial.

- He isn’t talking about the fact that his campaign is receiving major support from Americans for Prosperity, which is leading a campaign to permanently kill tax incentives for wind energy.  

Ironically, Cory Gardner’s campaign says that Colorado needs someone who supports clean energy and can work with the President. We couldn’t agree more. But that’s not an argument for electing Cory Gardner in November. That’s a strong case for keeping Mark Udall in the United States Senate.  


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